Physical: Horse riding is a great form of exercise which has both cardiovascular and muscle conditioning benefits. Although it may seem as though the rider is not engaging in any physical exercise, an hour’s activity can burn similar calories to that of a 30-minute jog (6mph) or cycle ride (9mph). Therefore, all the health benefits associated with engaging in regular cardiovascular exercise are gained.
After your first ride you may feel muscles that you never knew you had. This is due to the movement of the horse and its affect on the rider during the ride. As the rider reacts to the horse’s movements to avoid becoming off balance, the deep postural muscles of the trunk and pelvis and the adductor muscles of the thighs are continuously being conditioned.
Horse riding is recognized as having excellent therapeutic qualities. The psychological benefits can be of equal importance to riders as the physical benefits.
Simply being outdoors and enjoying the countryside will boost your general well-being and act as a great stress buster. There is a real sense of exhalation and freedom when you ride, a feeling that is second to none.
Furthermore, developing a relationship and sense of trust between yourself and your horse is highly rewarding. Learning to control and care for an animal much larger than yourself can have a profound affect on your confidence and is a great feeling
First day: Introducing the horse, mounting and dismounting balance and posture building.
Second day: Repeat the previous lesson and introduce the new task. (like walk, trot)
third day: Repeat the first and second lessons. (depends upon the riders ability to learn)
fourth day: Horse management, learn about horsemanship (partly)
Fifth day: Grooming, tacking, feeding, and repetition of previous
Sixth day: Repeating the previous lessons and introducing new task (cantering).
Seventh day: Test on independent riding.
Eighth day: Going outride .
Ninth day: Grooming, tacking, bridle ling and feeding,sadledown (with out assistant).
Tenth day: Individual test riding in the arena.
Eleventh day: Repeat all the lessons and give theory exam for 10 mints.
Twelth day: Jolly ride in a group to outside.
The above plans are minimal i have given in the lessons lots more to learn. Be prepared for the adventurous sport.
Please do come with long stretched jeans and full sleeves shirts Or t-shirts.. cotton shoes with long socks on. And most important is
safety helmet to protect your head . Helmets can be given if you would like to purchase form us.
Or you can get it from outside fifty to hundred rupees more to pay. You can decide. But first day with out these riding kit will not be allowed to mount the horse.
Tentative Syllabus for Module
Day 1: Repeat the previous lesson and introduce the new tasks like
walk & trot. Day 2: Repeat the first and second lesson, depending on the riders
ability to learn. Day 3: Horse Management, learn about horsemanship. Day 4: Grooming, tacking, feeding and repetition of previous lessons.
(Partial) Day 5: Repeating the previous lesson and introducing new task -
Cantering. Day 6: Test on independent riding. Day 7: Outride day Day 8: Grooming, tacking, bridling, feeding and saddle down (without
assistance) Day 9: Individual test riding in the arena. Day 10: Repeat all the lessons and theory exam for 10 mines. Day 11: Outside Jolly ride in a group. Day 12: Cantering introduce of jumping.
Above is the minimal plan, depending on the
ability of learning of entire group you will get to learn much more!
Dress code: Long stretched jeans and full sleeves shirt/t-shirt.
Cotton shoes with long socks.
Horse riding Safety helmet (We will try to get a bulk buy deal, great if
anyone here can help out)
Princess Academy Of Equitation
Bangalore Palace Grounds,
Bellary Road Entrance
Opp. Talisma Software
Points to be noted:
- Each module will last for up to 45mins to 1 hr, in which total riding time
will be 30 mines.
- Please carefully go through the batch time table and choose one batch
- Right now we are collecting money for Module 1. To learn complete Horse
riding, undergoing Module 2 is must. But you can take that decision after
finishing 1st Module.
- To provide horse riding training we have tied up with another Non-profit
organization - Princes Academy, Palace ground, Bellary Road Entrance, Opp.
Talisma Software, Bangalore 560080.
PS - Monday Holliday
Tuesday To Sunday, 6:15AM to 6:45AM
Tuesday To Sunday, 7:00AM to 7:30AM
Tuesday To Sunday, 4:00PM to 4:30PM
Tuesday To Sunday, 4:45PM to 5:30PM
Fees for Module 2 (12 sessions): Rs. 2250.00
Rs.2000.00 Course fees + Rs.250.00 Tax and
Certificate Charges Fee revised from 10th Feb, 2010. For any clarifications call
: 9740091262 or email us
[email protected] for final
Bangalore Mountaineering Club
Bank Account Number
Bangalore Mountaineering Club Office Address
(Swipe your Credit Card or Pay Cash)
No, 69, K. R. Garden, 3rd Main,Bank
Vimanapura Post, Bangalore - 560017
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